AARON Mullett has lasted just one season at Carlton with the former Kangaroo one of four Blues delisted on Thursday.

Cameron O'Shea and rookie-listed duo Matthew Shaw and Jesse Glass-McCasker were also cut.

Mullett, O'Shea and Shaw all arrived at the club at the end of last year, but didn't do enough in their only season at the Blues to earn a new deal.

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If he isn't recruited by a third team, Mullett's career ends two games short of 100 after the 26-year-old managed 85 at North Melbourne, before being recruited by Carlton as a delisted free agent.

O'Shea, 26, arrived via the NAB AFL Pre-Season Draft and lined up in 11 matches. He was previously at Port Adelaide, where he managed 81 games.

Shaw, 26, took to the field twice for the Blues, after having been a foundation player at Gold Coast.

Glass-McCasker, 21, never debuted after being picked up with the first selection of the 2015 rookie draft.

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"It's always a hard time of the year across the industry making list changes and saying goodbye to players," football manager Brad Lloyd told carltonfc.com.au

"We wish Aaron, Cam, Matt and Jesse all the best for their future endeavours. They have all contributed strongly to our football program over recent years and should be proud of their achievements during their time at Carlton."

Defender Alex Silvagni has already announced his retirement, bringing the number of list changes at the club to five.

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